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Ruby Tuesay – A Homestead In The Hills. February 23, 2010

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Another farm, this one stately:

…and their working barn, the nightly resting place of all sorts of farm critters:

…on a greyscale February day, but still having their Ruby on.

Visit Mary over at Work of the Poet for more of The Ruby.

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1. nice A - February 23, 2010

Cool pictures you have here! I always love scenes of snow and red barns:)

2. Carletta - February 23, 2010

This certainly depicts the quintessential rural farm scene. πŸ™‚
Nice find!

3. rachel - February 23, 2010

Beautiful, if a little chilly!

RACHEL

4. Hootin' Anni - February 23, 2010

Oh my gosh…..I long to have a huge farm like this somedays when life in the city gets noisy and hectic!! But the snow…well….that’s another story. Don’t like the white stuff at all…the photo from my warm countryside, looks beautiful against all the reds tho.

My Ruby Tuesday – Kachina Doll

Hope you’re having a super day.

5. Spadoman - February 23, 2010

Very nice! The greyscale days seem to explode with color. Good stuff.

6. Mauigirl - February 23, 2010

Love your barn photos. These are particularly gorgeous with the snow and winter scenery surrounding the red.

7. Hill - February 23, 2010

I have a Ruby Tuesday today.

Several male cardinals enjoying the birdseed against the backdrop of snow.

Yes, snow. Here in the Hill Country of Texas.

πŸ™‚

p.s. Gorgeous photos, as usual.

8. kkryno - February 25, 2010

I would love a place like that! With less snow–in the southwestern part of the United States. Like maybe New Mexico! πŸ˜‰


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